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windyadjective

uk   /ˈwɪn.di/ us   /ˈwɪn.di/
A2 with a lot of wind: It was a windy night. It was wet and windy for most of the week.

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Translations of “windy”
in Arabic عاصِف…
in Korean 바람이 많이 부는…
in Portuguese de vento, ventoso…
in Catalan ventós…
in Japanese 風の強い…
in Chinese (Simplified) 刮风的, 多风的…
in Turkish rüzgârlı, esintili…
in Russian ветреный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 颳風的, 多風的…
in Italian ventoso…
in Polish wietrzny…
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